Every day at 4:30 p.m., Highway 378 in Lexington turns into a parking lot with no alternative route. Same at lunch time. Thhe reason is that strip malls with big national anchors like Target were allowed to spring up pretty much unfettered. Until some kind of solution is found to the traffic, growth is pretty much stymied out there.
Every day at 4:30 p.m., Highway 378 in Lexington turns into a parking lot with no alternative route. Same at lunch time. Thhe reason is that strip malls with big national anchors like Target were allowed to spring up pretty much unfettered. Until some kind of solution is found to the traffic, growth is pretty much stymied out there. TIM DOMINICK/ THE STATE/File
Every day at 4:30 p.m., Highway 378 in Lexington turns into a parking lot with no alternative route. Same at lunch time. Thhe reason is that strip malls with big national anchors like Target were allowed to spring up pretty much unfettered. Until some kind of solution is found to the traffic, growth is pretty much stymied out there. TIM DOMINICK/ THE STATE/File

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